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Seeing clothes on the line always bring on wonderful memories. Maybe a painting like this in my laundry room can help me enjoy the act of laundering a bit better. :)
A clothesline is a must for the smell of freshly washed and nature-dried linens on the bed.
andrew wyeth, light wash. oil painting. 1961 -- < found at this person's Wyeth family board ... http://www.pinterest.com/g6076/wyeth-family-and-art/ . >
In Light Wash, the scene is set in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania and shows the backside of a house, with a laundry line hanging cloths out to dry. A small dog is visible behind a straw laundry basket. This watercolor is a typical scene for the artist not only because it depicts solitude but also because of his ability to illustrate movement.
Andrew Wyeth Artist. "Hmmmm, sheets smell so good when dried on the clothes line on a breezy day!"
Andrew Wyeth art about simple living.
Andrew Wyeth - Above the Narrows (1960)
ANDREW WYETH www.widewalls.ch/... #AndrewWyeth #realism #painting
Andrew Wyeth 'Weatherside' 1965 tempera on panel by Plum leaves, via Flickr
Andrew Wyeth 'Four Poster' 1946 drybrush watercolor (greenvillemuseum) copy
Andrew Wyeth tempera ... But" - his eyes lit on faded blue jacket hanging on the plaster wall - "look at that blue. Nothing else can do the air within that shadow so well as tempera."
Andrew Wyeth; owned a print of this for many years - an all-time favorite.
Upstate NY Snowlight - texturized photograph taken by a New York based photographer Diana Lee -- reminiscent of Andrew Wyeth's style.
I had seen this before and thought this was a nice watercolor but there was no artist credit so I then backtracked the pins to find it is actually a photograph taken by a New York based photographer by the name of Diana Lee. She posted it on her flickr account which is under the name floralgal.
Thanks Michael... I will correct the attribution.
N.C. Wyeth in his studio with a cowboy model……http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrew_Wyeth
Marshalton Shed by Andrew Wyeth. Wyeth is able to pull off the most uncanny feelings about a location while turning what could be an ordinary still-life into an amazing abstract. A real tour-de-force painting that looks oh so simple.
Andrew Wyeth- self-portrait, 1949. one of the most haunting paintings I have ever seen in person
Stunning! Wish I was there...
Andrew Wyeth 'The Stone Fence' tempera on panel by Plum leaves, via Flickr